Mailed from Hot Springs, Arkansas to Three Oaks, Michigan on January 1, 1906: A happy new year from Wm. and Bertha Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co.
Back in the halcyon days of roller skating, roller rinks would produce a label with an rink or roller skate theme and the name and address of the rink so you could put in it on your roller skate box. The more labels you had, the more places you have been skating. I have moreContinue reading “Roller Skating Labels: Be a Big Wheel”
Today’s post features 12 different postcards showing the town or city’s Main street. Click on the image to learn further details. Anaconda, Montana 2. Little Rock, Arkansas 3. Juneau, Alaska 4. Vernal, Utah 5. Salt Lake City, Utah 6. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 7. Montrose, Colorado 8. Dubuque, Iowa 9. Mesa, Arizona 10. Salmon, Idaho 11. Boise,Continue reading “Main Street, U.S.A.”
These two undated, unmarked real photo postcards of the border between Arkansas and Missouri. After a little sleuthing, I determined that this is Highway 61, just east of Blytheville, Arkansas. If I knew enough about cars then I could probably put a date on these postcards. There is nothing left on the Missouri side. TheContinue reading “Entering Missouri/Entering Arkansas”